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This is a discussion on ---<{{{The Official Wagon Thread}}}>--- within the Exterior & Appearance forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Originally Posted by wrx wagone Looks great Ray! I really like this picture. You'll like the PolTec endlinks, especially with ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by wrx wagone
    Looks great Ray! I really like this picture.



    You'll like the PolTec endlinks, especially with that large Cobb bar.

    What are you going to get for wheels and tires?
    Agreed - the best of the pics. Great shine!

    Do you still have the stock front end links? Aren't they on the wimpy side on wagons?
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    Are they smaller? All I know is that I need an ALK, I can spin the front inner tire on onramps at will.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 04.SPT.WRX
    Do you still have the stock front end links? Aren't they on the wimpy side on wagons?
    Indeed they are. I think the wagon's are plastic, as opposed to the sedan's. I'll get around to them eventually...
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    Quote Originally Posted by 03wagon
    for the record, marriage is cool...as long as you marry the right girl.
    My wife doesn't mind the mods, because most of my WRX take-offs end up on her 2.5RS. Her only rule (so far) si that I have to talk to her about anything over $250. So I've just been doing the suspension upgrades one piece at a time

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    05 4EAT WRX Wagon

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    bigsky kickin much a$$
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    Big Sky, your wagon rocks!

    What rim/tire size are you running by the way?
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    My new WRX wagon

    I haven't taken a picture of mine but its exactly the same as this one except the window tinting and the blue sky and wet pavement.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jonathanf2
    Big Sky, your wagon rocks!

    What rim/tire size are you running by the way?
    Thanks

    They're TE's 16x7.5 wrapped w/ 225/50/16 S02's- the S02's are the oe S2000 rear fitment- they're kind of neat as Honda evidently spec'd them very close to 245 width
    They make also make a Porsche oe S02 in the exact same size-225/50/16, but it's not as wide.
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    I'd like to join this thread with my wagon, buuut I don't have any good pics of it yet. It's a black '06, and I should be getting some good pictures soon. I'm waiting for my wax to arrive...i'm such a perfectionist.

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    WOW! Dude ur wagn is SICK!! Definetly one of the nicer wagns by far. What suspension / wheel tire combo you runnin'?

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    Very nice! Really like the front lip
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    Awesome wagon! i'm totally confused though, is it an '02-'03 or '04-'05? i see hints of each...
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